Bible websites make the Word of God widely available to all people around the world. The most valuable resource for all humanity has become that much more accessible on the internet!Read More
Memorizing Bible verses can be hard work, but you don’t have to work harder when you can work smarter. And there’s a handful (maybe even more?) websites and apps with unique approaches to help people with Scripture memorization. But even with good personal technologies available to us,... Read More
When a new gTLD enters its general availability phase, anyone around the world could register any unregistered and available string as a domain name with the new gTLD extension. Obviously if a domain name is already registered, then it wouldn’t be available. But some attempts at registering a... Read More
Graphic designers and visual artists use their unique mix of talents to visualize Bible stories in beautiful ways that texts and words alone don’t. Throughout the history of art, many great artists have been inspired by stories in the Bible. (cf. ArtBible.info) Visual artists today use a... Read More
Twitter has become a fertile digital space for creativity since its launch in March 2006. The convention of using @ with a Twitter handle for replies and mentions emerged over a year later; and the convention of using # for hashtags as a label for topics of twitter conversations didn’t become... Read More
In the world today, there are thousands of languages being used, with a majority of them not yet on the Internet. And the Bible is not yet translated into many of those languages either.
First, consider just how many languages are being used in the world today.... Read More